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G. J. BURCHETT, President,
Professor of Metaphysics, English Literature and History.
D. C. LATOURETTE,
Professor of Mathematics, Greek and Latin.
Miss LIZZIE J. BAKER,
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A. J. HTTNSAKEE, President.
Eev. E. C. HILL,
A. W. KINNEY,
A. C. DAVIS,
GEO. P. BELL,
J. C. EICHABDSON,
J. C. BAKEE,
Eev. S. C. PEICE,
Eev. E. BUSS,
Eev. D. LYNCH,
A. W. STANAED,
T. P. HACKLEMAN,
D. W. WILLIAMS,
E. J. PEUETT,
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Arthur, Henry C : McMinnville, Oregon
Arthur, Allie t: "
Beardsley, William " "
Baker, Miss Hattie Salem, Oregon
Beaven, Joseph H Coos Bay, Oregon
Beaven, S "
Boardman, Harry McMinnville, Oregon
Booth, Joseph A
Braly, Miss Susie
Braly, Miss Mamie
Brown, Miss Ollie
Brown, Miss Liliie
Bettman, Henry L
Bingham, Miss Emma
Carlin, Miss Mary
Clark. Alvin P Brush Prairie, W. T.
Collard, Hugh McMinnville, Oregon
Collard, Lee "
Collard, Miss Mary "
Cook, Miss Anna "
Crawford, Miss Lorena
Crawford, Miss Cilvia
Conner, Ezra Perry Dale, Oregon
Davis, Miss Mary S McMinnville, Oregon
Davis, Miss Lissie Oakland, Oregon
Dorsey, David M Dayton, Oregon
Edwards, John W Bellevue, Oregon
Ford, E. N McMinnville, Oregon
Hayden, Miss Belle "
Hunsaker, Miss Lenore "
Hunsaker, Miss Lula ''
Hunsaker, Miss Lora u
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Hunsaker, Wayland McMinnville, Oregon
Hurst, William Oakland, Oregon
Hurst, David E "
Hurst, Louis "
Hughes, William ... McMinnville, Oregon
Hughes, T. N
Hibbs, Freddie "
Johnson, Miss Belle "
Lynch, Isaac ... Sheridan Oregon
Lynch, Miss Mollie McMinnville, Oregon
Laughary, Miss Susie ' Amity, Oregon
Laughary, Johnnie "
Laughary, Willie "
Martin, Miss Edith McMinnville, Oregon
Martin, Miss Anna "
Miller, Joseph Turner, Oregon
Miller, Miss Elizabeth
McKenzie, William Middleton, Idaho
McKenzie, Miss Alice "
McDonald, Robert B McMinnville, Oregon
McDonald, W. D "
McCredy, J. T
McCredy, A "
McDaniel, Andrew J Dixie Oregon
Nelson, Holt McMinnville, Oregon
Nelson, Miss Katie "
Rice, Miss Addie Albany, Oregon
Richardson, Miss Susie Salem, Oregon
Roberts, Miss Rosa .... Alsea, Oregon
Roberts, T. N McMinnville, Oregon
Rogers, Louis "
Saylor, Asher C, "
Skinner, Miss Clara "
Skinner, Miss Ida "
Skinner, Orin "
Smith, J. H Liverpool, Oregon
Smith, W. B The Dalles, Oregon
Smith, Miss Laura McMinnville, Oregon
Staggs, Miss Oro F
Todd, Prince W
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Todd, Miss Mattie McMimiville, Oregon
Wallace, West "
Wallace, Miss Anna "
Warren, Eddie "
Wilson, Oliver F Lafayette, Oregon
IT. S. History
Latin Grammar and Reader
Latin Grammar and Latin Reader,
Arithmetic, Caesar and Grammar Continued, Greek Grammar, Algebra— El.
Algebra- El., Caesar, Greek Grammar and Reader, Arithmetic.
Algebra— El., Cicero, Xenophon, Geometry.
Geometry, Virgil, Memorabilia, Roman History,
University Algebra, Virgil. Herodotus, Grecian History.
University Algebra, Uivy, Homer, Eng. Composition.
Trigonometry, Plane, De Senectnte, Thucydides, Modern History.
SECOND SESSION - .
Trigonometry, Spherical, Thucydides, Tacitus, Modern History.
Conic Sections. Elements of Criticism, Chemistry, Horace.
Mechanics, Elements of Criticism, Chemistry, Greek Drama.
Optics, Geology, Science of Government, Botany.
Moral Science, Logic
Political Economy, Calculus.
Astronomy, Intellectual Philosophy,
Students taking this course and passing satisfactory examinations in all
the studies laid down, will receive the degree of A. B. Those desiring, may
take a scientific course, at the close of which the degree of B. S. will be
The need ot a first class College among us is too much felt and too well
understood to demand any comment.
Without such a College we cannot meet our high obligations and enjoy
our high privileges. Those around us are educating and we cannot fall be-
hind them without irreparable injury. And we know, too, that the places
which God has given us to fill, demand the use of all our faculties, and that
those faculties should be well trained. The demand is imperative : we must
have a College to which we can send our children for a thorough college
course, and that College must be able to give us an assurance that the intel-
lectual faculty of our children will not be neglected, and that their moral
nature will not be dwarfed and ruined. We dare not ignore the fact that a
well trained mind, not properly directed in morals, is a very dangerous
thing. Therefore, it is the great aim of
to base all training upon the truths brought to light in the Bible, that MAN
IS A MORAL BEING AND THE DESTINY OF IMMORTALITY AWAITS
The Course of Study in College should be such as to develop all the facul-
ties alike and fit the student for a life of usefulness ; not training some facul-
ties and dwarfing others, and thereby fitting the student to become a scourge
In connection with the course of study laid down, we have a course in
Theology for students who are preparing for the Ministry. This course is
arranged to accommodate those who wish to spend from one to rive years
here and who do not feel able to go to any of the large institutions in the
East. Students, not preparing for the Ministry, may study with profit all or
a part of this course.
An Academic or Normal Course may betaken by those desiring to fit
themselves for teaching. All departments of the College are open to the
young of both sexes.
McMinnville College is located in McMinnville, a very pleasant town and
situated in a healthy valley— considered one of the most healthy places in
Oregon. The College is easy of access from all parts of the country, as the
West Side Railroad runs from Portland through McMinnville.
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Are held at the end of each session ; or when a class completes a text book.
The College exercises are opened every morning with reading the Bible,
singing and prayer. All students are required to be present at these
The Government of the College is on the simple principle that all students
of the College are required, to conduct themselves as gentlemen and Ladies.
No misconduct, of any kind, will be tolerated, and it will be no use for any
one to apply for admission into this School who is not willing to comply
strictly with this principle.
For convenience in paying tuition the College Year is divided into four
parts, ten weeks each :
In Primary Department, per Term Ten Weeks $5 00
In Academic Department " " " " 7 00
In the College Course " " " " 10 00
Each ten weeks to be paid for in advance.
In case of sickness, proper deductions will be made.
No tuition is charged for students studying for the ministry-
All students have access to the Library, free of charge.
Students desiring to enter advanced classes in College take an examina-
tion and enter as high as they are able to enter. No student is kept back
who is able to advance, but all must be thorough,
Board has been obtained through the year at the College Boarding House
for $2.00 and $2.50 per week. Some have boarded much cheaper by boarding
themselves. There are rooms in the College Building, conveniently arranged
for young gentlemen who wish to board themselves or have them as study
rooms. Suitable places are selected for young ladies to board.
The young gentlemen and the young ladies of the College have a College
Literary Society. This meets every Friday evening and is one of the most
profitable means of improvement in connection with the College.
C A LEND AR— 1879-1880.
The College Year for 1879 and 1880 will begin the fourth Wednesday in
August, 1879, and close the fourth Wednesday in May, 1880.
For further particulars, address
G. J. BURCHETT.
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